Beyond All Recognition
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Swedish dubcore metal act Beyond All Recognition is set to release the self-titled album on May 27th, via Gain/Sony Music.
The band comments the inspiration for making the album:
"The inspiration for writing this album is nothing else than a will to challenge ourselves. With the last release, 'Drop=Dead,' we weren’t ready to deliver music straight out of our hearts as we are for this upcoming album.
"The lyrics are inspired by the world and how it works today. Why there’s violence and injustice in the world and what politics and religion actually does to the human race. Aside from the very deep meaning and message in the songs, no political or religious statements are made. It’s a view from everyone’s perspective. An open minded perspective that is critical to all the things we’re doing to ourselves and our planet. The truth is out there for those who want to listen. Even if truth has a different meaning for each person.
"When it comes to the music, a lot of inspiration comes from plenty of different acts. To name a few, we’ve always loved Slipknot, which some probably can tell, but aside from that there are influences from bands like Soilwork, Alter Bridge, Rammstein, Asking Alexandria and even band such as Judas Priest and Europe. Look at the song “Unfounded” for example. Rob Halford has always inspired the singer David Söhr, and he finally got to take his vocals to a whole new level with some 80’s heavy metal vocals. It’s hard to really say that the songs are truly inspired by these bands, but since the bands has been with us during our childhood and growth, there is of course something that makes us write the music we do. Of course the whole dubstep and electronic era was a very big challenge for us, since no one had done it before. So during the years from the debut album we have evolved in a better way than we could’ve imagined.
The electronics isn’t controlling the feel to the music anymore. It sort of merges together in a better way than before. It’s more like an instrument than an effect nowadays." More...
Beyond All Recognition has released a video clip for "Martyrs," which can be found at NewNoiseMagazine.com or in the player below.
"Martyrs" is an exclusive non-album track, previously unreleased, recorded for a digital release. The release features 5 different versions of "Martyrs" and a remix of "True Story." The track listing is:
2. Martyrs - Instrumental
3. Martyrs - Bass play-along
4. Martyrs Drum play-along
5. Martyrs Guitar play -along
6. True Story - Bulldog Remix (Bonus Track) More...
Sweden's Beyond All Recognition posted a preview featuring clips from the entire debut album "Drop=Dead." The album is scheduled for a September 28, 2012 (EU) and October 10, 2012 (North American) release date through Napalm Records.
Check out the "Drop=Dead" preview here:
Sweden's "dubcore" act Beyond All Recognition posted a second music video for the song "True Story." The song appears on the band's upcoming debut album "Drop=Dead," which is scheduled for a September 28, 2012 (EU) and October 10, 2012 (North American) release date through Napalm Records.
The first video for "Characters" can be seen at this location.
Sweden's Beyond All Recognition posted a new music video for the song "Characters." The song appears on the band's upcoming debut album "Drop=Dead," which is scheduled for a September 28, 2012 (EU) and October 10, 2012 (North American) release date through Napalm Records.
The label describes the band as "arguably the first to combine innovative and brutal Metalcore with Dubstep elements into a brand-new fusion named 'Dubcore'!" Check out the video here: